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From Latticed Skyscrapers to Swiss Cheese Construction

 - Apr 11, 2010   Updated: Jun 16 2011
These cut-out architecture designs make the most of negative space and ambient light, whether it's through latticed wall panels or hole-filled interiors. Since these cut-out constructions are essentially avant-garde skylights, eco-friendly buildings make up most of these designs, but there are also cut-out architectural interiors designed more for form than for function.

After seeing these cut-out architecture designs, I'm dying to see one for sale in San Diego.

Implications - In today's cutting-edge and contemporary-driven society, consumer demands for innovative and unusual designs is growing at an unprecedented rate. Businesses and companies will benefit by adapting the aesthetics of their products to match those being demanded by customers. It is imperative that businesses tailor their services to the preferences of their clients if they don't want to lose them to another company.